The other day at work someone asked me on Slack why their Python code was behaving in an odd way. I took a look and was completely wrong in my first response.
The ASGI spec is a readable document and by following it and we can build a basic web service.
The IB pier uses an attractive wedge-shaped design for its substructure, an architectural feature known in the pier industry as the "wet triangle."
Now, the South Mission Jetty is not really a pier, per se, but because it fulfills the same function as a pier, it's a land object that goes out over the water and gets you close to it, it can be classified with them.
By contrast, I would consider myself a failure as a pier reviewer were I to fail to sing the praises of piers which stand as ideals, the apex of all going-out-over-the-waterness. In fact, every so often in my career as a pier reviewer, I encounter a pier that obliterates any whiff of cynicism. Today's pier, Scripps Pier, is just such a one.
Well, okay, we have been informed that it was double-overhead-plus yesterday, which we would have to see to believe, so it was forgiveable to close the pier yesterday, and they probably just forgot to take the sign down. At any rate, this review will be based on data collected over an interval of three weeks. On with the pier review!
These waves had big humpbacks so surfers had to pump to get into them and the resulting waves were not too clean. But that's enough about the surf, onto the pier review.
"Citizen guerrillas splashed paint and scattered nails in the Diamond Lanes," a response to the Caltrans project that caused, she states, "Large numbers of Los Angeles County residents to behave, most uncharacteristically as an ignited and conscious proletariat."
In fact, it seems that the more dramatically they can provoke listeners, the more easily they stick on the mind.
Now it works smoothly and beautifully, a hunk of metal from 50 years ago that looks alive and fresh and types with a vibrancy and staid portability that makes it fun to smash text onto paper.
Henry is slut-shaming sleep.
"Who would want to live in a mall?" I wondered aloud.
"Nor did the ability to transmit pictures, voices, and stories from around the world to living rooms in the U.S. heartland produce a nation that is more sophisticated about global affairs."
I have this suspicion, like Robert Frost, that a good fence doesn't really make a good neighbor.